Welcome to 3721 Broadway Boulevard! This unit was newly renovated at the turn of the new year, 2019. This apartment building is located in Midtown. One block from The Uptown Theater. Just north of the renowned Country Club Plaza, which features many restaurants, bars, and shopping. You will also stumble upon Westport, an eclectic area, known for entertainment, bars and diners.
This unit can accommodate up to 3 guests. Enjoy a queen sofa sleeper, or a more secluded twin bed. Linens, towels and soaps are provided. A fully equipped kitchen complete with oven, microwave, and refrigerator for your use for a home away from home feel. Keurig available with coffee, tea, and hot cocoa - sugar and creamer provided. All there to make your mornings a little smoother.
Guests have access to the apartment via a keypad lock on the front door, private code issued within 24 hours of check-in just to you! Check-in time is anytime after 3:00pm and checkout is 11:00am. Iron and ironing board available just in case something didn't come out of your suitcase as planned. Bathroom amenities include fresh, clean towels, shampoo/conditioner, body wash and a hair blow dryer. Free high speed Wi-Fi. Free street parking.
THINGS TO DO
Remnants of Westport’s 19th-century charm color the neighborhood with historic buildings, old-style lampposts and tree-lined boulevards that almost beg for a long walk. Luckily, history buffs will find a walking trail with placards that recount the area’s storied history and the Battle of Westport, the largest Civil War conflict west of the Mississippi.
Plug into KC’s live music scene with rousing acts at Riot Room, a local haven for finding that next great sound. Meanwhile, The Westport Saloon features music acts of a different tune, including roots, blues, rockabilly and more. Or hit the patios at both Westport Ale House or HopCat for craft beers and live sports watching. Feeling tropical? Sneak down to TikiCat, a subterranean escape hidden underneath HopCat and featuring more than 20 tiki cocktails.
Catch an indie flick at Tivoli Cinemas, a movie theater that specializes in screening independent, documentary and foreign films. If live performances are more to your liking, check out The KC Improv Company for hilarious weekly comedy shows. Just next door, you’ll find Char Bar Smoked Meats & Amusements, an aptly-named barbecue restaurant with a killer outdoor patio and yard games, perfect for an afternoon or evening with good company. Just a block away, you’ll find Kelly’s Westport Inn, an iconic bar known for rowdy nights.
WHERE TO SHOP
Fun and funky gifts from colorful shops are this area’s specialty. Those with a love for all things kitchen-related must poke around in Pryde’s Old Westport, the triangular building where every nook and cranny is stuffed with must-have cooking tools. Get your next favorite KC T-shirt at The Bunker, a retailer that features locally produced apparel and fun gifts. Add to your record collection with vinyl both vintage and fresh at Mills Record Company. Tobacco aficionados flock to Fidel’s Cigar Shop, where premium products and accessories are always in stock.
WHAT TO EAT
Westport’s watering holes like Julep (a whiskey bar) and Ça Va (a champagne lounge) attract young professionals in their 20s and 30s, but their menus appeal to travelers of all ages. Get authentic Mexican cuisine at Port Fonda, a perennial James Beard-nominee and known for its excellent, creative menu. Bluestem boasts inventive takes on American cuisine while Beer Kitchen and McCoy’s Public House are both perfect before a concert or night out, making mouths water thanks to tasty gastropub menus and delicious drinks. Westport Flea Market dishes out one of the area’s most popular burgers, while a cup of joe from Broadway Café and Sunday brunch at The Corner Restaurant are sure to cure what ails you.
COUNTRY CLUB PLAZA:
SOME CALL IT THE “RODEO DRIVE OF THE MIDWEST,” BUT THIS SPANISH-INSPIRED SHOPPING DISTRICT DOTTED WITH FOUNTAINS AND STATUES TRULY HAS A FLAVOR
ALL ITS OWN.
THINGS TO DO
Take in the sights and sounds of this 15-block area with a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride or a gondola float on the adjacent Brush Creek. When the holidays roll around, the Plaza Lights are an eight-decade sensation and the annual Plaza Art Fair each fall presents the country’s top visual artists. Two nationally renowned art museums are located nearby, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Located on the campus of UMKC, the Kansas City Rep is one of the best-kept secrets in the Midwestern theater scene, delighting local audiences and inspiring New York productions at the same time.
WHERE TO SHOP
It’s been said, and bears repeating: no trip to Kansas City is complete without shopping on The Plaza. Seasoned shoppers will find high-end labels like Michael Kors, Kate Spade and Kendra Scott. Local-vores will love Hallmark-owned HMK as well as Charlie Hustle—home to retro apparel such as T-shirts and wool hats—and Three Dog Bakery, which began in KC and now has locations around the globe, not to mention a gigantic menu of treats for man’s best friend. For antiques, venture to 45th & State Line, where you’ll find a charming collection of traditional and vintage.
PLACES TO EAT
Sidewalk cafes and patios on the Plaza just can’t be beat. See for yourself and rest your heels at local institutions like The Classic Cup (seafood and sandwiches) and Gram & Dun (comfort food with creative drink pairings). Rye features down-home favorites such as fried chicken and hand-selected steaks cooked over pecan and white oak, plus a killer weekend brunch. Other favorites include Parkway Social Kitchen for swanky atmosphere, Kaldi's Coffee for caffeination and Shake Shack for craveworthy cheeseburgers.
Last, but not least: Don’t forget to explore beautiful Brush Creek, which runs along the south side of the Country Club Plaza.
(Information Courtesy of Visit KC)
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